"pretty property walking distance to downtown fun"
Clean hotel, friendly front staff, boutique feel, lovely outdoor bar/restaurant, average size room with enviro friendly canisters of nice bath products. Well situated, would definitely stay here again.
Everyone in Portland is congenitally friendly and helpful, including the hotel staff. Our room was nice size- not large, but not pinched. It was quiet until two weddings on Saturday night- then the throbbing dance music could be heard on the 5th floor. Otherwise and very nice experience overall. Restaurant (Jake's) food was very good. Starbucks served wine and small plates in the evening- a nice treat. Easy to take the red line (tram) to the airport for only $2.50 per person.
Hotel overlooks park with fountain and evening music and dance. The farmers market is up the avenue on Saturday and high end shopping available out the door. Lovely staff, bar and restaraunt with happy hour and quiet evenings. Perfect combination.
Upon arrival the valet promptly helped with bag and parked the car. We were a little disappointed in the inital check-in process, the room wasn't available until over 2 hours past our check-in time. Normally this wouldn't matter, but it was going to interfere with dinner reservations. The staff offered to comp the parking charges, due to the inconvenience. Dinner was nice at Urban Farmer. The Club level ammenities are great! I would reccomend the extra money for this.
I have stayed here numerous times and enjoy the classic ambience. Had a nice king bed corner room on 11 for 2 nights. Always find the lobby/lounge a comfortable place for drinks and dessert, and I do love their Irish coffee.
Walking distance to many restaurants and sites-a fine place to stay.
Lots of homeless people in the Pearl District. They're everywhere now in Portland, all over town.
The hotel is older but very enjoyable. Tea, coffee and homemade cookies 3-5, wine tasting 5-6PM, We had a lovely upgraded room (marble bathroom) and comfy bedding. But many of the rooms show age.
Hotel is undergoing renovating so be sure to ask for remodeled room.
West of the Willamette River, downtown offers a celebrated skyline, walkable streets, and a lively arts scene. Visitors shop tax-free at Powell’s Books and Portland Saturday Market, a craft lover’s paradise. Area festivals include Cinco de Mayo and the Oregon Brewer’s Festival. The Oregon Zoo, the swank Pearl District, and the inviting Pioneer Courthouse Square are other noteworthy attractions.